After the first Crusader state, the country of Edessa is established, the main Crusading force finally reaches Antioch on the east coast of the Mediterranean sea. While most parts of the country is established, some parts that holds the army is still being invaded by turks from the east. To the south of the country is Antioch and small armies of turks still surround most parts of Aleppo which lies in the east to antoich. Antioch's defence is formidable. Rivalries began as Behemond of Taranto wanted Antioch for himself, while Raymond of Toulouse argued that it should be handed to the Byzantines as agreed upon in Constantinople. This is when the Crusaders invade Antioch.